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Yungblud Announces ‘The Weird Time of Life’ Digital Tour

Artist will perform “full-scale productions” in different cities, but will broadcast remotely to ticket holders

Yungblud will embark on a “global digital tour” this fall, the artist announced on Monday.

With coronavirus restrictions on live music still in place in many parts of the world, Yungblud (a.k.a. Dominic Harrison) will kick off a 16-date virtual tour, presented by Moment House, on November 16th in London. Each show on the Weird Time of Life tour will take place in a different city with a full-scale concert production, but will be broadcast remotely to ticket holders.

As Yungblud explains in an FAQ video (above), tickets will be available for any show regardless of the city you live in, but there will be a cap on the number of tickets sold.

“The thing I miss about playin’ shows is the individuality of every night,” Yungblud said in a statement. “The different faces, the different energy, but most of all the different cultures. Our community may be from different parts of the world yet we have similar beliefs; it is incredible. I wanted to do a show for as many cities as I could, playing songs off my new album for the first time. This album helped me so much and I wanted to bring it to the fans with all the energy, all the passion, all the love and all the fucking rage that went into it. Just because we can’t touch each other, doesn’t mean we can’t feel each other. I’ll see you in your city.”

Tickets will go on sale Friday, October 2nd, at 12 p.m. ET at www.momenthouse.com/yungblud.

Yungblud will release his sophomore album Weird! on November 13th via Locomotion/Interscope Records, featuring the singles “God Save Me, But Don’t Drown Me Out,” “Weird!” and “Strawberry Lipstick.”

Yungblud, The Weird Time Of Life Tour Dates
November 16 – London
November 17 – Glasgow
November 18 – Manchester
November 19 – Dublin
November 20 – Paris
November 21 – Berlin
November 22 – Munich
November 23 – Amsterdam
November 30 – New York
December 1 – Boston
December 2 – Toronto
December 3 – Chicago
December 4 – Atlanta
December 5 – Seattle
December 6 – Los Angeles
December 7 – Sydney

From Rolling Stone US